I breathe the same polluted air that Ella Kissi-Debrah did. Change must be her legacy | The Guardian
Anjali Raman-Middleton – Thu 17 Dec 2020
I live less than five minutes from the road that killed Ella Kissi-Debrah. Like so many in our community, I spend much of my life near the South Circular, a major road that runs through south London, whether I’m walking to the train station or catching a bus, and I can often hear the traffic. In a landmark ruling, Ella has now become the first person in the UK to have air pollution officially recognised by a coroner as a cause of death.